Battery power is an exciting industry breakthrough that is the evolution to one of today’s most familiar energy saving mechanisms, photovoltaic roof tiles (solar panels). Fitted in a home’s garage, the battery stores energy and delivers clean, reliable electricity. Battery power enables households to use energy as and when they need it.
The project is now open to all households in Furzton with or without solar panels. (subject to a household survey)
There are a wide range of benefits for residents who use battery power in their households and for those keen to take part in the WPD trail. Involvement in the project will make a valuable contribution to creating a greener future. The battery power can also reduce your monthly bills! This is because if you are on a tariff that provides cheaper electricity at night, the battery can be charged overnight, enabling you to use the stored electricity as and when you need it.
However, if you are not on a cheaper night tariff, WPD will still pay £100.00 towards your bill.
Taking part in the trial will be for one year only and after the trial has been completed, the battery will be yours to keep, should you wish! Keeping the battery will enable you to continue storing and using energy for the longer term. Information regarding the batteries technical data will be automatically fed back to WPD from the unit itself. The trial will involve answering questions to us on the phone from time to time in order to see how things are working with regards to the project.
If you are planning to fit solar panels on your home at any point in the future, then having a battery in place already will save you even more money.
To get involved with the WPD Connect and Manage project, call us now on 01908 991 606 or email us on email@example.com. To learn more about the project, you can also visit our website at www.wpdconnectandmanage.co.uk. We hope you’re eager to get involved and reap the benefits of using battery power in your homes.
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The WPD LV Connect and Manage Project is supported by Milton Keynes Council.